Do you Introduce Change for Innovation or Amelioration? HBR Article: Change Management and Leadership Development Have to Mesh by Ryan W. Quinn and Robert E. Quinn. JANUARY 07, 2016. Record: Nov 19, 2017 Podcast Script outline: Setting the Stage: Does your change management process to ameliorate or innovate for your organization? Carol’s Lesson: Epistemologies of […]
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Carol Sanford, host of The Responsible Entrepreneur Podcast, talks to Tom Goos the President of Image Source.
Carol Sanford, host of The Responsible Entrepreneur Podcast, talks to Ethan Roland and Gregory Landua about Terra Genesis.
Carol Sanford, host of The Responsible Entrepreneur Podcast, talks to Hans Meyer and Marc Jongerius about their re-defined housing project, Zoku.
David Thau talks about his plan to save the rainforest with Google Maps and about teaching thinking skills at Mills College that matter to non-profits and business.
Michael “Luni” Libes talks with Carol Sanford about his teaching, business investments, and latest venture, FLEDGE.
Jeffrey Hollender talks with Carol Sanford about how to find your essence and leverage it to lead industries.
Carol Sanford interviews Madelynn Martiniere of FTI Consulting Strategic Communications. Carol discusses what open source means to the entrepreneurial technology world, and the critical nature of authenticity. Three criteria are offered for how to recognize where and when authenticity is present. Madelynn and Carol discuss these criteria and how they play out in building communication in […]
Carol interviews Dr. Sarah Slaughter, the president and founder of Built Environment Coalition. She has developed to help engage teams and stakeholders in a way that creates transformational results rather than defensiveness. To learn more about changing systems through business, read Carol’s latest book, The Responsible Entrepreneur.
We as individuals love our New Year’s resolutions, those steps we promise ourselves we’ll take to improve our health, relationships, and prosperity. But research shows that most resolutions are forgotten within two weeks. It also confirms that when our friends make the same or similar resolutions, we stick with ours longer and do a better […]